University Security

Read: Pro-Russia Hackers Targeted More than 400 U.S. Hospitals in 2020

Pro-Russia Hackers Targeted More than 400 U.S. Hospitals in 2020

The Russian-affiliated hacker plot was discussed by the gang in an online chatroom but was disrupted by U.S. authorities.

Read: How Wake Forest University Effectively Manages Its Keys

How Wake Forest University Effectively Manages Its Keys

Investing in an electronic key management system helps Wake Forest keep track of its keys and improve security.

Read: Temple University to Give Off-Campus Landlords Funding to Improve Student Safety

Temple University to Give Off-Campus Landlords Funding to Improve Student Safety

The program will give landlords of private residencies up to $2,500 for the installation of more security cameras and lighting.

Read: UPDATE: SJSU Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Sex Abuse Case

UPDATE: SJSU Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Sex Abuse Case

Last September, San Jose State agreed to pay $1.6 million to 13 female students who were sexually assaulted by Scott Shaw.

Read: Study: Public Health Workers Faced Widespread Harassment During Pandemic

Study: Public Health Workers Faced Widespread Harassment During Pandemic

More than half of the public health departments that responded to the survey said their employees experienced harassment.

Read: Mental Health Now Top Concern for K-12 Schools, Second for Colleges

Mental Health Now Top Concern for K-12 Schools, Second for Colleges

For K-12 schools, managing mental health edged out COVID-19 safety measures for the top safety concern for the 2022-23 school year.

Read: UPDATE: Cybersecurity Experts Warn Ukraine, Russia Crisis Could Result in U.S. Cyberattacks

UPDATE: Cybersecurity Experts Warn Ukraine, Russia Crisis Could Result in U.S. Cyberattacks

National security experts believe Russia could conduct a cyberattack against the U.S. if it feels it’s threatened by the U.S. response to a possible Russian invasion of the Ukraine.

Read: VP Kamala Harris Announces Grants to Help HBCUs with Bomb Threats

VP Kamala Harris Announces Grants to Help HBCUs with Bomb Threats

The Project School Emergency Response to Violence (SERV) program will provide short-term grants for added security and mental health professionals.

Read: Is Your Campus’ Phone System Compliant with New 911 Laws?

Is Your Campus’ Phone System Compliant with New 911 Laws?

Join Eastern DataComm in partnership with Mitel for a complimentary live educational webinar.

Read: 6 Juveniles Identified as Suspects in Spate of HBCU Bomb Threats

6 Juveniles Identified as Suspects in Spate of HBCU Bomb Threats

HBCUs across the nation started receiving bomb threats at the beginning of the year, but the number of threats increased in February.

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